Most of us have heard the advice, “it’s never too soon to start saving for college.” But, how would you handle saving for your child’s future if you were in the middle of a divorce? Robin Lalley of Sodoma Law details ideas on how to continue saving for the future through separation agreements and legal contracts.
As the end of winter approaches, we often think of the old proverb April showers bring May flowers. We begin to look forward to all that spring brings with it. For separated or divorced spouses and parents, spring also brings 2 significant events that require special... read more
Summer is often a stress-free and flexible time of the year for parents who are co-parenting children following a separation and divorce. The start of the school year can bring up problems that require attention and planning, especially if you want to successfully... read more
A request commonly heard by family law attorneys is, “I need to legally separate from my spouse.” This is actually one of the most straight forward legal concerns our clients have, but it’s the other considerations that go along with a separation that become more... read more
In the high-tech digital age in which we live, you can find so much information online, including fill-in-the-blank self-help documents that purport to help you handle your entire divorce without needing to hire an attorney. Be careful!!!! Just because you don’t... read more